Looking to get out of the house after the big mid-week snowmageddon? Maybe a movie is in order, thanks to a full docket of new arrivals for the weekend:
• “Jackass Forever”: You knew it, you loved it. Now Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O and the gang is back for another round of crazy stunts, gags and questionable language choices. R.
• “Jockey”: Clifton Collins Jr. plays a battered, aging jockey looking for one more championship ride while alternately mentoring and fighting off an upstart (Moises Arias) who claims to be his son. Now that sounds like thoroughbred drama! R.
• “Moonfall”: Nobody does disaster like Roland Emmerich, and the director’s latest stars Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson and John Bradley as a complicated trio trying to save the Earth from a world-ending collision with the moon. PG-13.
• “The Other Me”: Jim Sturgess is an aspiring architect whose debilitating eye disease opens up a surreal world that leads to all sorts of dramatic life changes. PG-13.
• “Who We Are”: Civil rights attorney Jeffry Robinson shepherds this all-too-timely “Chronicle of Racism in America,” tracing its history from slavery to Black Lives Matter. PG-13.